Xix century porcelain figurine bacchus old paris
- Condition: Used
middle of the 19th century.
The true beauty and charm of Old Paris. An extremely rare antique Parisian Old Paris porcelain figure from the middle of the 19th century, Bacchus Bacchus with a bunch of grapes in his hand, sitting on a bearskin. The sculpture is made in the style of Jacob Petit Jacob Petit. Museum quality sculpture. Beautiful polychrome colors, gilding.
Polychrome biscuit porcelain, porcelain stand.
Delicate, beautiful hand-painted. Careful study of the face, fingers. Amazing clear detailing in modeling and painting! The nobility of colors.
Height 19 cm. Width 12 cm.
Excellent collectible condition! No visible damage, cracks, chips, abrasions, including manufacturing defects. There are no traces of restoration or any interventions. Minimal traces of time. Ideal storage.
According to mythology, Bacchus (Bacchus, Dionysus) was the son of Zeus, the creator of the vine and the deliverer from worries and sorrows. His attributes were vine leaves and vines. Bacchus himself, the god of wine, is depicted as a naked young man with a wreath of leaves and bunches of grapes on his head. A bunch of grapes symbolizes the abundance and fullness of life.
Before you is a truly rare and unique thing representing an antique collection value. The possession of such a special, original thing is a real happiness for the collector.
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